LONDON – The U.K. is planning to invest in a helmet-mounted cueing system for its Panavia Tornado GR4 fighter bombers, even though they are due to exit service in four years. The British defense ministry’s procurement agency, Defense Equipment & Support (DE&S), is seeking expressions of interest in the system, which the Royal Air Force (RAF) wants to have installed on the Tornado fleet by late November 2016. The air arm is still heavily investing in the aircraft with ...

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